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A regular audio column with the most interesting news about radio's future. James is a radio futurologist - a writer, speaker and consultant concentrating on the effect that new platforms and technology are having on the radio business across the world. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: OP3 - https://op3.dev/privacy
 
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Welcome to the world's most valuable tech and business podcast. Learn from experts in marketing, business and tech - from startups to multi-nationals - and find out how your brand can get the best ROI from the rapid changes in emerging technology and marketing. We talk to startups, scale-ups, big tech, entrepreneurs, creators and agencies about the highest-impact tools and resources you can use right now to grow and market your business. Get insights and practical ways to win with AI, no-cod ...
 
Broadcaster Stuart Cosgrove and Professor Eamonn O’Neill host Talk Media: a forensic analysis of how the media works, and who works the media. Packed full of candid commentary and informed opinion, Talk Media features a weekly guest commentator from the worlds of journalism, entertainment and politics. Hour-long episodes are published weekly on Wednesday evenings via Patreon. Join now to listen for 99p per week (+ VAT): patreon.com.talkmedia
 
As a digital marketing professional, I spend much of my time online. The internet provides plenty of fantastic opportunities for us all, but it can also be draining. With so much noise, finding peace and time to reflect is more essential than ever before. Through inspirational conversations with key individuals, The Social Sanctuary takes a closer look at important topics across the digital space, covering everything from cyberbullying to online influencers, how to get young people into work ...
 
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In Somalia, another deadly al-Shabab attack, this time on a hotel in the capital Mogadishu. We speak to environment minister Adam Aw Hirsi, who was one of those caught up in the violence.Plus, we get the latest from Sao Tome and Principe, where an attempted coup has left several people dead.And in Cameroon at least a dozen people have been killed b…
 
Pat faces his biggest challenge yet – to deliver Ted's flying machine! Will it be "mission accomplished," or "Greendale, we have a problem"?Pat helps little listeners develop an understanding of community around them. Special Delivery Service – what will be delivered today? #CBeebiesRadioBy CBeebies Radio
 
In this edition of The Media Podcast, host Jake Kanter tackles the latest headlines with a stellar line-up of panellists. Adam Crafton (The Athletic) joins us from the sweltering heat of Qatar where journalists abound in jumpers, to discuss what the event is revealing about football and politics. Dan Taylor-Watt (Digital Consultant) takes us throug…
 
Nigerians have to swap their current high-value banknotes for new ones by the end of January. Why the change?Also, we take a rare look at the workings of an elite Somali military unit fighting Al Shabab.Plus, from Harare - President Mnangagwa makes this year's state of the nation address in Zimbabwe's new parliamentary building.More on those storie…
 
Stuart Cosgrove and Eamonn O’Neill are joined by journalist and podcaster, Steve Richards! This week - the IndyRef2 Supreme Court verdict, backlash to a BBC Scotland story about the NHS, Brexit in the news again and a listener question about politicians and media framing of complex issues. At the end of the show, the trio share their personal media…
 
Ubercorn assigns two new Radio Recruits the mission of discovering the Isle of Staffa in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland. The island is so beautiful that it has received many famous visitors over the years and Fingal’s Cave has even inspired a piece of music by the composer, Felix Mendelssohn.Go Jetters: Radio Recruits introduces little listeners to…
 
South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa is in London for what has been described as an 'historic state visit'. He is the first foreign guest of King Charles III since he assumed the throne in October.Staff at Twitter's only office in Africa say the company is now willing to negotiate redundancy terms, two weeks after they were fired with nothing. …
 
Last week, the government unveiled around £30bn worth of cuts to public services as it attempts to plug a fiscal hole. Governments have attempted to rein in spending in the past and struggled to do so.Philip Coggan takes a look at why public spending tends to rise in the long run and the continuing political battle to contain it. Guests: David Gauk…
 
Preliminary results in the Equatorial Guinea elections point to a landslide victory for President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, who is already one of the world’s longest serving leaders. He is set to extend his 43-year rule. The leader of an opposition party claims there have been widespread voting irregularities. Five years after Zimbabwe’s Presi…
 
Pat faces his biggest challenge yet – to deliver Ted's flying machine! Will it be “mission accomplished,” or "Greendale, we have a problem"? Pat helps little listeners develop an understanding of community around them. Special Delivery Service – what will be delivered today? #CBeebiesRadioBy CBeebies Radio
 
Our season #2 opener is a corker. We have Martin Cookson, Director for Service Innovation at Cambridge Consultants, talking about web 3 trust, privacy and the opportunities for brands to get involved. Martin has a load of expertise to share - from his storied career in big tech, mobile and digital service innovation Find out about; How brands can u…
 
Join special reporters Lilian and Helena as they interview their mummy Marnie who is a female airline pilot. Listeners have the chance to find out exactly what it takes to become a pilot, a sneak preview inside an aircraft and the best things about their mummy’s job along the way.This series explores amazing jobs across the UK with the help of our …
 
The Congolese army is claiming to have made advances against the M23 rebel group after a renewed offensive in recent weeks. We have the latest. The first aid deliveries in months arrived in Ethiopia’s Tigray region. We’ve heard from the World Food Programme. Plus, a moving tribute to Kenya’s Priscilla Sitienei, the grandmother who went to school at…
 
Has Trump been dumped by Murdoch? In this week's show, host Jake Kanter is joined by Karin Robinson (Edelman) and Alex Hudson (Newsweek) to dissect the US media landscape in the wake of the Midterms. Also in the programme, we discuss the news that Emma Tucker looks set to swap editing the Sunday Times for the Wall Street Journal - and the BBC prepa…
 
Andy jets off in his safari mobile to the Arctic, right at the top of the world, to record the unusual sounds of an arctic fox for Jen’s audio database back at Safari World. Along the way, he takes to the skies with a flock of eider ducks, hears the underwater clicks and whistles of a pod of narwhals and ventures into an underground den where he en…
 
As international troops quit as violence surges and Russian influence permeates the country, we ask: Is the west burning its bridges with Bamako? Focus on Africa’s Audrey Brown is joined by a panel of guests, Dr Virginie Baudais who is based in the Malian capital Bamako and is the Stockholm International Peace Institute’s director of the Sahel prog…
 
Su Pollard plays Auntie Su, everyone's favourite auntie. She's hilarious, huge fun and runs a repair shop where she lovingly restores old furniture and gadgets. In this episode, Chris Jarvis and Stuffy from ‘Show Me Show Me’ climb aboard Su's magic skateboard to help the fix-it pixies restore neat and tidiness to the 'Land of Junk'.…
 
Stuart and Eamonn are joined by journalist and podcaster, Lesley Riddoch. This week - Gordon Brown wades in on food banks, new warships in Glasgow, Joe Lycett’s challenge to David Beckham and a listener question about how the media reports on emergency services. Towards the end of the show...media recommendations! To listen to the full hour-long ep…
 
Two weeks after a peace deal was signed, the Red Cross says humanitarian aid is finally reaching Ethiopia’s Tigray region, but a doctor in the regional capital, Mekelle, says essential medicines are still lacking.More Kenyan soldiers have been deployed to the Democratic Republic of Congo, as part of a regional force to fight rebel forces in the eas…
 
The Radio Recruits explore the Giant’s Causeway, an area of around 40,000 basalt rock columns that formed as a result of volcanic activity. Go Jetters: Radio Recruits introduces little listeners to famous landmarks around the United Kingdom. Guided by their disco-loving mentor, Ubercorn, our Radio Recruits explore new places and discover ‘funky fac…
 
Pat finds himself in a bit of a pickle when Bernie the cheeky parrot escapes from his cage. Will Pat get this delivery back on track? Pat helps little listeners develop an understanding of community around them. Special Delivery Service – what will be delivered today? #CBeebiesRadioBy CBeebies Radio
 
We hear from inside a camp housing people who've fled violence in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo, as government troops continue to battle the M23 rebel group.Plus, rising food prices are causing concern in many countries, and Nigeria is no exception, with inflation reaching 20% in September. We have a special report from Abuja.And we …
 
Hugo wonders what it means to be kind. His friends Lily and Felix tell him lots of ways to be kind, like helping someone who is hurt and taking care of your pets. It’s important to be kind to others and in return, they will be kind to you.In this series, Hugo and his friends ponder the world around them by asking thoughtful questions. #CBeebiesRadi…
 
JoJo and Gran Gran are heading to Jared’s shop to buy some groceries, but when they arrive the shop is closed. Jared has lots to do before opening, so Gran Gran suggests they stay and help to get everything ticked off his to do list. JoJo learns that when you work together as a team you get things done in half the time and have much more fun!…
 
In spite of progress on men's involvement in childcare the statistics show that women are still doing far more caring of young children. That is extended throughout life to the caring of ill and elderly relatives. And 82 per cent of people working in social care jobs are women. Professor of Sociology at Oxford Brookes University Tina Miller asks to…
 
We hear from the opposition in Somaliland, where there have been protests after President Muse Bihi Abdi failed to leave office on Sunday. He was elected in November 2017, and lawmakers voted last month to extend his term by two years, after the failure to hold elections in the self-declared republic.Plus, the latest on the peace deal signed in Sou…
 
JoJo and Gran Gran are off to the fair with mummy and daddy, they have so much fun, eat tasty candyfloss, race on fairground rides and JoJo even wins a cuddly toy for panda. But by the time they’ve finished everywhere is too busy to see the fireworks display. Luckily, Gran Gran has a Gran Gran plan and suggests one of the best places she knows wher…
 
Conflicting reports on how a prominent Pakistani journalist died in Kenya. Kenyan police say he was shot. Islamabad says he was tortured as well. Who was he? And why was he in Nairobi?Also, the Somali government has shut down hundreds of social media accounts propagating the ideas of the militant group Al Shabaab.Plus, we'll hear how people in Cair…
 
Series #2 of Conversations Worth Millions is coming! The world's most valuable business and technology podcast is on the way. It'll be a wild ride around the cutting-edge of the Internet. We'll be speaking to future-focussed startups, scale-ups and big tech about what the future for brands is for using emerging and new technology to make their busi…
 
In this week's show, host Jake Kanter is joined by a panel of TV brains to ask: Where next for Channel 4? ‘Age cannot wither her’: Steven D Wright (Producer) discusses staying risky as a middle-aged broadcaster. Tara Conlan (broadcast journalist) explores how to escape the privatisation merry-go-round and Lis Howell (Emerita Professor, London City …
 
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